NSW Annual Fellows' Dinner

Thu 18 May 2017
7.00pm to 9.30pm MAP
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Art Gallery Road
The Domain
Sydney NSW
single AUD $180.00 (members)
5 DPD Points

Paul McClintock AO

Chair, CEDA

Mr Paul McClintock is Chairman of the COAG Reform Council, Medibank Private Limited, Thales Australia and the Institute of Virology. He is also a Director of Perpetual Limited.

From July 2000 to March 2003 he was Secretary to Cabinet and Head of the Cabinet Policy Unit in the Australian Government, reporting directly to the Prime Minister as Chairman of Cabinet with responsibility for supervising Cabinet processes. As Head of the Cabinet Policy Unit, Mr McClintock was the Prime Minister’s most senior personal adviser on strategic directions in policy formulation.

Mr McClintock’s former positions include Chairman of Intoll Management Limited, the Expert Panel of the Low Emissions Technology Demonstration Fund, Symbion Health, Affinity Health, Ashton Mining, Plutonic Resources and the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research. He was also a Director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, a Commissioner of the Health Insurance Commission and a member of the Australia-Malaysia Institute Executive Committee.

Mr McClintock graduated in Arts and Law from the University of Sydney and is an honorary fellow of the Faculty of Medicine of that University, and a Life Governor of the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research.

Sam Mostyn

President, Australian Council for International Development

Sam Mostyn is the President of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and a widely sought after non-executive director and sustainability adviser. She sits on the boards of Virgin Australia, Transurban Group, Mirvac, Citibank Australia and CoverMore, and has previously held senior executive roles at Insurance Australia Group, Optus Communications and Cable & Wireless plc.

Sam has been involved in a number of collaborative social and environmental initiatives including the Business Roundtable on Climate Change and Business for Millennium Development. Sam was also the first woman appointed the AFL Commission, has been a member of the board of Australian Volunteers International for the past 6 years, and served for several years on the board of Reconciliation Australia.

Sam served on the Chief of the Defence Force's Womens Advisory Group and was a member of the Human Rights Commission Review of the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force. She is the Deputy Chair of the Diversity Council of Australia. Sam has long been involved in sustainability issues, serving on the boards of ClimateWorks Australia, the Climate Council and 1 Million Women, and served on the National Sustainability Council, the advisory board of the CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship, and the National Mental Health Commission. Sam is also a member of the Australian Faculty of the Cambridge University Program for Sustainability Leadership.

On behalf of the New South Wales Division council it is our pleasure to invite you to the 2017 NSW Fellows’ Dinner.

In the palm of your hand

Hosted in one of the most popular museums in Australia, the Art Gallery NSW, this evening will challenge our Fellows to think about what the boards of tomorrow will look like and how will boards need to evolve to ensure Australia’s relevance in this global century.

Please join us for an evening of fine dining and conversation where we will ask our guest panel to examine a hypothetical scenario of what our future of boards will look like and invite you along for the journey.

Places are limited so book early to avoid missing out on this must attend event in the Fellows’ annual calendar.



Contact Details

Katie Ardzejewski
Members & Directors Coordinator (Programs)
+61 2 8248 8400